May 10, 2012 03:20 PM by Shayla Perry
Christina Aguilera hasn’t had many good things to say about The Voice‘s Tony Lucca. But after all of the criticism, saying that he’s “one-dimensional” and, our personal favorite, “not a man,” Lucca says that the pop singer actually apologized to him during the finale of the NBC reality show. What did she say, and was it too little, too late?
“She just wanted to clear the air a bit, [and] apologize that this became much more of a dramatic thing than she ever intended,” Lucca told Us Weekly.
“I said to her, ‘I hope that we can be cool moving forward. I take pride in the fact that my whole career has been a career of integrity and sounds relationships,” the Voice finalist added.
“I take pride in the fact that Justin [Timberlake] and JC [Chasez] and people will go to bat for me because of that integrity. I would hate to think that through this whole course that [Christina] and I would both suffer on the backside. So, you know, water under the bridge.”
Though he doesn’t blame Aguilera for his loss on the show, the fact that he and Team Christina’s Chris Mann received the least votes in the finals did make Tony think…”Maybe this is America’s way of saying that they don’t want to reward this sort of petty back-and-forth kind of thing.”
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